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Jubilee Bank Holiday UK Weather. Widespread temperature և 22C, but danger of rain

For the jubilee banking holiday, the “hot air feather” will bring light to the sky, which will be a stimulus for street parties and outdoor events.

Meteorologists predict “very dry weather with wet weather”, “it will feel hot under the sun”.

But they added that the temperature was likely to reach 20 degrees Celsius at best, nowhere near the hottest day of the year, when Heathrow Airport reached 27.5C on May 17 (81 , 5F):

Awnings and umbrellas can also be used for parties, as “some parts of the UK may be more prone to rainy conditions.”

The spokesman for the Meteorological Office, Richard Miles, said: “The forecast for the jubilee weekend is still quite uncertain.

“The warm feather is the air in the south-east of the British mainland, and its interaction between the low-pressure area north of the Bay of Biscay can cause rains.

Today, those taking a sunbath at Lime Regis Beach Resort in Dorset enjoy warm sunshine and clear blue skies on the beach.

People are relaxing in the spring sun in St James's Park in London today as the hot weather returns on the weekends.

People are relaxing in the spring sun in St James’s Park in London today as the hot weather returns on the weekends.

Today, the beach at Dorset's Lime Regis Resort is busy as visitors enjoy a walk in the hot sun.

Today, the beach at Dorset’s Lime Regis Resort is busy as visitors enjoy a walk in the hot sun.

People enjoy something to eat in the spring sun in St James' Park in London today in hot weather

People enjoy something to eat in the spring sun in St James’ Park in London today in hot weather

Today, those taking a sunbath at Lime Regis Beach Resort in Dorset enjoy the warm weather and clear blue skies of the beach.

Today, those taking a sunbath at Lime Regis Beach Resort in Dorset enjoy the warm weather and clear blue skies of the beach.

A group of people relax in the spring sun in St. James's Park in London today, when the hot weather returns

A group of people relax in the spring sun in St. James’s Park in London today, when the hot weather returns

Today, a cascade of more than 4,300 woolen flowers is wrapped around the All Saints Church in Middleton Cheney, near Banbury.

Today, a cascade of more than 4,300 woolen flowers is wrapped around the All Saints Church in Middleton Cheney, near Banbury.

In St. James' s Park in London, a man takes a sunbath in the spring when the hot weather returns

In St. James’ s Park in London, a man takes a sunbath in the spring when the hot weather returns

“It seems that we can have an East-East / East division. Our modeling is currently conducive to drier conditions in the west, east, and slightly rainy north.

“Details of the temperature are still early, but you will not notice that anywhere it is above 20 degrees Celsius (above 60 degrees Fahrenheit).

Mostly optimistic forecasts come after the north wind is expected to bring a series of cold, cloudy, rainy days in late May.

Temperatures in southern England may rise to 20C (68F) or possibly to 21C (70F) in isolated areas tomorrow, but fairly cloudy showers are expected in many areas.

Today, the spectacular aerial view of St. Ives in Cornwall captures the resort's blue skies and stunning beaches.

Today, the spectacular aerial view of St. Ives in Cornwall captures the resort’s blue skies and stunning beaches.

Beautiful scenery in Cornwall's St. Ives today with positive weather forecast for jubilee bank holidays

Beautiful scenery in Cornwall’s St. Ives today with positive weather forecast for jubilee bank holidays

Today, The Walled Garden in Morton, Dorset, has a colorful wisteria plant running along an old fence.

Today, The Walled Garden in Morton, Dorset, has a colorful wisteria plant running along an old fence.

Impressive aerial view of St. Ives in Cornwall today, capturing stunning beaches and blue skies.

Impressive aerial view of St. Ives in Cornwall today, capturing stunning beaches and blue skies.

People make the most of the wonderful weather today as they enjoy a walk through the Cleveden House in Taplow, Buckinghamshire.

People make the most of the wonderful weather today as they enjoy a walk through the Cleveden House in Taplow, Buckinghamshire.

The temperature will drop in the coming days, reaching only 16C (61F) in the south of England և Wales, և 14C (57F) further north as clouds and rain move.

Cold 11C (52F) in Newcastle-upon-Tyne is expected to be the highest on Monday, colder than in Iceland’s Reykjavik, which is projected to reach 13C (55F).

The cold weather at the beginning of next week means that the “warm feathers” can only cause the temperature to return to the June average of about 19C (66F).

“Temperatures are expected to return to average by the end of the week, but there is still uncertainty as we look forward to the jubilee weekend.”

Met Office chief Dan Radman said: “Even though there is still a week left until the jubilee weekend, what we are looking forward to is how the hot air cloud feather behaves at the end of the week, which despite the temperature returns to average. The weather of the year can bring rain when it moves from south to north on Thursdays and Fridays.

In the middle of the month after the jubilee banking holiday, the Met Office forecasts mostly good, dry weather. It says more regulated conditions are “more likely because most areas are drier than average”.

“The winds will probably be generally weak, or weird winds will still be possible,” the meteorological office added. “Temperatures may be warmer than average, or colder conditions can sometimes spread from the northeast.”

Jubilee Bank Holiday UK Weather. Widespread temperature և 22C, but danger of rain

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